Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure board game
Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure board game

Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure

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Burgle your way to adventure in Clank!, the new deck-building board game.

Sneak into an angry dragon's mountain lair to steal precious artifacts. Delve deeper to find more valuable loot. Acquire cards for your deck and watch your thievish abilities grow.

Be quick and be quiet. One false-step and --CLANK! Each careless sound draws the attention of the dragon, and each artifact stolen increases its rage. You can only enjoy your plunder if you make it out of the depths alive!


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  • Would be better with less randomness. Family friendly (at least 3 players best imho). Better rating only with the mobile application to increase replayability. Great design and comfortable insert solution.
  • I think the base game lacks sufficient threat from the dragon. Sunken Treasures definitely improves the game.
  • Don't like deck-builders; don't like games with faux-fantasy themes; and I just love Clank! It is such a hoot to play! Light enough that just about anyone over 10 can play.Forget Dominion as your gateway deck-builder: Clank! has closed that gate for good!
  • Only played once. I didn't enjoy the push-your-luck aspect so much, but I'd play again.
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Everyone has their own taste. I mainly play with my wife, who likes games, but isn't into heavy or long games. #The Quacks of Quedlinburg & #Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure (I know not the space version) are on my wishlist. I think I could get my wife to play them. I also would love to play #War of the Ring: Second Edition, but that is definitely too heavy and long for my wife and anyone else I play with. I am a big LOTR fan though, so I would love to play it someday.

I'm actually really new to the hobby so I haven't managed to play a lot of games. The only one's I've managed to play so far are #Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure , #Clank! In! Space! and #The Quacks of Quedlinburg

If Quacks counts - it's bag building so pretty much the same thing.

If I had to restart, I would go with the following:

  1. #Vindication
  2. #Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure
  3. #Thunderstone Quest

That would probably get close to the $200.

As for hard to find, I would go with #Nemesis (and I realize they just did a KS but it has traditionally been hard to find).

 

This is really awesome. 

I would start my collection again probably pretty similar to how i started it in the first place.

  1. #Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure
  2. #Carcassonne
  3. #Camel Up
  4. #Lords of Waterdeep
  5. #Pandemic

Those are all games that still get plays even 4 or 5 years after initial purchase.  The one with the fewest recent plays, Pandemic, is such a great intro to the hobby that I'd still get it even if its been eclipsed by some other co-op games for my group.

For the hard to find game. 

  1. I want #Tannhauser  I have't seen that anywhere.  I've wanted this game since listing to Same from the Dice Tower talk it up in a couple of videos a couple of years ago. 
  2. #Snow Tails
  3. #Blood Rage

 

I think my favorite is#Dominion: Second Edition although#Orléans and#Altiplano are up there as well. I tend to think of Altiplano more as a deck builder vs Orléans because you have a discard space rather than having everything you used for your actions simply go back into your bag. I also own#Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game which gets a little same-y after awhile for me. I've played#Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure once and thought it was pretty good. Also like to try out#The Quest for El Dorado some day.